Power-Grid Is Live; Control Your PC with Your Smartphone

ROCCAT’s Power-Grid app has officially launched into open beta as a free download. The app, which allows you to control your PC with your smartphone, runs on iOS and Android devices.

The Power-Grid was unveiled back in March 2012 and promises to be “the smartest way forward” for PC gaming. The app allows you to adjust individual volume settings, run in-game macros, keep tabs on Skype and TeamSpeak, and more. At CES 2013, Game Front’s Devin Connors got a closer look at the Power-Grid.

You can grab the app over at the official website. Check out the release trailer:

Throughout the open beta, ROCCAT will listen to user feedback and implement new features and optimizations. While the Power-Grid does not require any ROCCAT hardware in order to be used, ROCCAT plans to release a new range of gaming peripherals in 2014 designed to benefit from the app’s features. Keyboard integration, anyone?

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3 Comments on Power-Grid Is Live; Control Your PC with Your Smartphone

Heru

On October 22, 2013 at 1:36 pm

What’s the point of this?

CJ Miozzi

On October 22, 2013 at 1:37 pm

@Heru: You’re in-game, and you can manage all this stuff without alt+tabbing.

Derek

On October 22, 2013 at 9:06 pm

What a completely useless tool. Just play your games in fullscreen windowed mode and you can access every single item shown in that demo from your system tray, start menu via a 1 second search.